This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for BBC 2 N Ireland on Monday, October 30 2017

06:00The Hairy Builder 1/15. Doncaster Mansion House: Series following the restoration of historic properties. Dave Myers visits the Doncaster Mansion House, which is undergoing a ?300,000 renovation. [AD,S] 
06:30Money for Nothing 15/15. Junk makeover show. Restoration expert Jay Blades salvages some discarded branches, an old trampoline and some forgotten fish tanks from Altrincham Recycling Centre. [S] 
07:15A Matter of Life and Debt 15/15. The stories of people whose lives have been transformed by a loan. Featuring a couple in Cornwall as they open their sweet shop and tearoom. [AD,S] 
08:00See Hear on Tour: Amsterdam Rosie Benn sets off on an epic adventure through five European capitals. Amsterdam has a reputation for its naughty side but what else is there to see for deaf travellers? [S,SL] 
08:30Caught Red Handed 1/20. Dom Littlewood shows how technology is being used to catch crooks. An ex-wrestler dusts off his grappling skills to intercept a robber fleeing a jewellery store. [AD,S,SL] 
09:00Victoria Derbyshire The BBC's daily news and current affairs programme with original stories, exclusive interviews, audience debate and breaking news. [S] 
11:00BBC Newsroom Live Stay up to date on the day's top stories, with the latest breaking news as it happens. [S] 
12:00Daily Politics Jo Coburn with the latest political news, interviews and debate. [S] 
13:00The Code 15/25. Quiz show. Solo contestant Junaid from Manchester attempts to crack the code. [S] 
13:45The Planners 3/8. Series following those who make planning decisions. A Cheshire businessman hopes his fourth attempt to get permission to build 31 new houses will finally get the go ahead. [S] 
14:45Family Finders 11/15. Hussin & Red Cross/Sarah & Iwan: Documentary series. Hussin Zahra was a businessman in Syria but when civil war broke out, he realised he had to flee for the safety of his family. [S] 
15:15Locomotion: Dan Snow's History... ...of Railways. 1/3. Dan Snow looks at how, from their beginnings as track-ways for coal carts in the early 18th century, railways developed into the pivotal technology for modern Britain. [AD,S] 
16:15Back in Time for Dinner 1/6. 1950s: Historical cooking show. A British family experiences 1950s life, including a diet of dried eggs, dripping and liver prepared in a basic kitchen. Presented by Giles Coren. [AD,S] 
17:15Flog It! Wiltshire Antiques series. This episode comes from Longleat in Wiltshire, famous the world over for its 16th-century Renaissance palace and groundbreaking safari park. [S] 
18:00Eggheads Jeremy Vine hosts the show where every day a new team of challengers take on what is probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quizzers. [S] 
18:30Strictly - It Takes Two Zoe Ball chats exclusively to the latest couple to leave the competition. Choreography Corner takes an in-depth look at the weekend's performances. [S] 
19:00Coastal Path Paul Rose walks the South West Coast Path. Here, he explores the spectacular South Cornwall coastline, where he discovers one of the world's finest stages at the Minack Theatre. [S] 
19:30Front Row 6/7. Mary Beard visits The Roman Singularity exhibition to explore the work of Adam Nathaniel Furman. David Gilmour talks about his recent film and performs live. [S] 
20:00University Challenge It is the first of the two highest-scoring loser matches and two teams get a second chance to make it to the second round. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions. [S] 
20:30Nigella: At My Table 1/6. Nigella Lawson makes food we can all bring to our own tables. For a relaxed get together around the table, Nigella rustles up a gloriously simple chicken and pea traybake. [AD,S] 
21:00Elizabeth I's Secret Agents 2/3. A look at the world's first secret service. An ambitious aristocrat tries to take over Robert Cecil's spy network. [AD,S] 
22:00Trad Ar Fad! 4/4. Pauline Scanlon and John Toal introduce music performances from established and emerging traditional music artists. This episode features The Friel Sisters, Aine Brolly and Nava. [S] 
22:30Newsnight In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Emily Maitlis. [S] Followed by weather. 
23:15Harry Potter: A History of Magic In the run up to the exhibition Harry Potter: A History of Magic, JK Rowling visits the British Library and reveals the real-life counterparts to her fantastical world. [AD,S] 
00:15Lucy Worsley's Nights at the Opera 2/2. Lucy Worsley explores how history and opera go hand in hand. Lucy visits Paris, where two operas captured the spirit of Bohemianism - Bizet's Carmen and Puccini's La Boheme. [AD,S] 
01:15See Hear on Tour: Amsterdam Rosie Benn sets off on an epic adventure through five European capitals. Amsterdam has a reputation for its naughty side but what else is there to see for deaf travellers? [S,SL] 
01:45Out of Jail: Free to Offend... ...Again? - Panorama. Daniel Foggo investigates the government's reforms of the probation service, which critics say are putting the public at risk as well as failing offenders themselves. [S,SL] 
02:15Countryfile Cornish Heartlands John and Margherita are in Cornwall, where John attends a food festival with a difference. Plus a profile of Cornish artist David Hosking. [S,SL] 
03:10This Is BBC Two Highlights of programmes on BBC Two. [S]